According to two sources familiar with the matter, Apple's new privacy-focused sign-in button is under investigation by the United States Department of Justice.
Apple has updated its information for developers on how to correctly implement app privacy information on the App Store.
After two months without an update to theoretically avoid displaying privacy labels, the Gmail app is now out of date with no update available.
Margrethe Vestager, the EU's antitrust chief, warns Apple to ensure its new privacy features apply to itself as much as third-party apps.
The speech, which Apple CEO Tim Cook gave at the CPDP conference, has been uploaded to the company's main YouTube channel
Facebook is testing Apple's app tracking consent requirements before its formal release, asking users to opt-in to tracking for more personalized ads.
During a roundtable discussion at the European Union's CPDP data protection conference, Apple's Jane Horvath was pressured on setting Google as the default search engine on iPhone.
The Apple CEO also said that he was hopeful that the United States would eventually adopt privacy regulations like the EU GDPR.
The company warns that without the user's permission, "you will not be allowed to track them and the device's advertising identifier value will be all zeros."
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says that Apple's privacy changes in iOS 14 "track their competitive interests."
Google is stopping the use of an Apple tool that allowed the company to serve personalized ads in apps like Maps and YouTube.
A little know feature in iOS 14 is the ability to use a private Wi-Fi address. Find out how it works and why we should be using it.
Apple has created a document that shows users how to lock down their devices and data from malicious people who want to gain access.
Many employees have expressed concern that its recent attack ad campaign would be seen as self-serving and backfire with the community.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation, a digital rights nonprofit, is siding with Apple in Facebook's latest attack against the company's privacy protections.
After Facebook criticized Apple's new privacy policies in the App Store, Apple has responded saying that the company is "standing up for our users."
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